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Alexa Chung Lands A New Gig With a British Beauty Brand

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Welcome to Beauty Wire, where we round up the day's biggest beauty news.

Image via Alexa Chung/Twitter.

After singing their eyeliner praises in about every interview she does, it's no surprise that cat-eye queen Alexa Chung has been plucked by Eyeko for a collaboration. She'll be creating and designing her own capsule collection for the company. Of the gig, she told Vogue UK: "I just felt the whole company seemed fun and it got my creative juices flowing and it became quite an organic collaboration." [VogueUK]

Luckily for those affected by "sleep wrinkles" caused by your pillow, one plastic surgeon has "cured" the issue by designing the most uncomfortable-looking pillow of all time. Phew. [CosmeticsDesign]

After announcing the launch of a polish collection with Birchbox, the three-shade Ruffian line is finally here. Colors were crowdsourced from their Facebook fans; a second "Classics Collection" with a Ruffian Red polish is a nod to their majorly successful M.A.C. collab. [Refinery29]

In other launch news, Armani is joining the multiple-letter leagues with a 36-shade line of 'Rouge Ecstasy' "triple C" lipsticks designed to "color, comfort and care" for your mouth. [WWD]

And Sephora is welcoming a new smell to it's fragrance roster, adding Laura Slatkin's Nest Fragrances at the end of the September.
[WWD] —Alyssa Carroll